Yuliya Filippovska (Ukraine)
Presenting; Deep democracy and process work
E-mpulse topic; complexity
Question; How do we cooperate, live and work in a context of war and crisis?
Yuliya is a trained Deep Democracy facilitator living and working in the context of war and crisis in Eastern Europe. “I seek beauty in individual, team and business challenges of all kinds – to support life as it unfolds in all various and mysterious way“.
With this perspective yuliya will bring us a story from Ukraine, about living and working in the context of war and crisis with processwork and deep democracy paradigms as the biggest allies.
In her afternoon session she will bring new approaches to lead the self, team and social changes in the VUCA (volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambivalent) world, bringing theory and practical application of the processwork and deep democracy paradigms for leaders of the 21st century.
More about Yuliya Filippovska
I’m a trained Deep Democracy facilitator and a coach (LinkedIn), and I seek beauty in individual, team and business challenges of all kinds – to support life as it unfolds in all various and mysterious ways. I have Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (2002) and Master’s in Journalism (2006). I worked in Kraft Foods for 8 years and in startups for 5 years, leading media, communications and business development. I led grass-root initiatives and social projects, including Hub Kyiv, TEDxKyiv, consulted small and medium companies and teams. I was part of the international communities like Shambhala Institute Summer Leadership School (now ALIA), Pioneers of Change, Art of Hosting, the Bigger Picture, Imagine Chicago. Since 2010 I coordinate the Deep Democracy Institute (DDI) in Ukraine, organise festivals, and open forums. More: filippovska.com.